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Best Affordable Condo tops off 7th tower

Suntrust Properties, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Megaworld Corporation, recently topped off its 7th residential tower in Suntrust Shanata last March 22. The mid-rise condominium community was awarded as 2018 Best Affordable Condo in Metro Manila by Property Guru Philippines. It is located along Quirino Highway in the friendly neighborhood of Brgy. Talipapa in Novaliches, Quezon City. It is a modern Asian themed condominium project that offers 12 residential towers.

Best Affordable Condo tops off 7th tower
SUNTRUST SHANATA TOPPING OFF: (L-R) Engr. Mariano B. Milana - General Manager of M. B. Milana Enterprise, Mr. Junar Mercado - Vision Properties Dev’t., Corp. VP (Administration), Harrier Ongsun – Vision Properties Dev’t., Corp. President, Engr. Gil Escarcha – Suntrust VP for Operations for Vertical Projects, Mr. Markus Nisula - KPI Elevators Inc. Managing Director, Deanna Jean Claveria – Suntrust EVP and COO, Dr. Edna Reyes – Suntrust VP for HR & Admin., Nelda San Jose - Suntrust VP and General Manager of Sunrays Property Management, Inc., Mr. Hardiniano Marangal - KPI Elevators Inc. Key Accounts Director.
“We have homeowners who are now enjoying the amenities and the beautiful units of Suntrust Shanata,” said Deanna Jean A. Claveria, Suntrust EVP-COO as three towers are already occupied by residents. Outdoor amenities include a 25-meter lap pool, kiddie pool, pool deck, gazebo area, basketball court, and a playground while indoor facilities include a clubhouse, Daycare, function room, and a gym that is equipped with changing rooms and shower rooms. All of the amenities are for the exclusive use of homeowners only.

Suntrust Properties, Inc. continues to solidify its business partnership with Vision Properties Development, Corporation in delivering quality yet affordably priced condominium spaces in the Metro.

Topics: Suntrust Properties Inc. , Megaworld Corporation , 2018 Best Affordable Condo , Deanna Jean A. Claveria
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